Beginners Guide : Ideas & Inspirations

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Re: Beginners Guide : Ideas & Inspirations

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skifflebits wrote:
Sun Jul 07, 2019 6:15 pm
Since I don't make customs often enough to have my own thread, I figured I'd post this here.
It's what I call my "Pretty Good Graham." It's not fantastic. The chin is too wide, for a start, but it was a (relatively) easy custom made from a Primeval Nick Cutter* body and the head from a Marcus Scarman figure, with a little filing and milliput added.

Like I said, not amazing, but it'll hold me until the proper CO Series 11 companions set comes out.

If it ever comes out.


*As a bonus, Nick Cutter came with giant spiders!!
He’s got quite a chin on him...
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Yeah. Like Jay Leno sized.

But Scarman's is pretty big in the first place, and my attempts to smooth out the frown lines took more milliput than I had planned.
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The Eleventh Doctor from the Comic Story "Without a Paddle"

Basically it’s just your bog standard Series 5/6 Eleventh Doctor figure, but with the cost painted purple.

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